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WITec Appoints New Distributor in Israel

Published: Thursday, November 29, 2012
Last Updated: Thursday, November 29, 2012
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Advanced Technological Solutions Ltd. selected as exclusive representative.

WITec has appointed Advanced Technological Solutions Ltd. (ATSL) as its exclusive distributor in Israel.

From now on ATSL will support WITec’s market entry and promote the full product line of high-resolution SNOM, AFM and Raman Imaging solutions.

The ATSL team can look back on more than 20 years of experience in sales and support of advanced analytical instrumentation and will be an excellent point of contact for potential customers in Israel.

With expertise in semiconductors, pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, materials, chemistry, polymers, optics and nanotechnology, ATSL covers the primary application areas for WITec’s microscopes.

“With ATSL we now have a very dynamic and capable partner that will provide us with a well-established network in the Israeli scientific community” says Dr. Jan Toporski, WITec Sales Director Europe.

Dr. Toporski continued, “Our common philosophies of providing high-quality, flexible and innovative products are perfectly matched. It will allow us to respond to the individual customer requirements in Israel effectively and in the long run we expect a strong market presence.”


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